Last year, I developed an introduction to threshold concepts for the Higher Education Academy. It is now available online: https://www.heacademy.ac.uk/knowledge-hub/reflecting-threshold-concepts-introductory-tool Let me know what you think. I am always happy to talk about the applications of threshold concepts in education and for development in business settings. Contact me for more information.
In our professional lives, we are surrounded by and endlessly use and manipulate information and systems that are based on formal logic. The worlds we occupy are structured by theories, models and systems that are more or less logically coherent. If our aim is to make the world a better place, then starting with an understanding of logic beyond the simple analysis of arguments is a necessity. Read More
In the business world, finding new ways of thinking through big problems, and developing unique perspectives on the value and purpose of an organisation can lead to new advantages internally and externally. Read More
In a recent edition of The Economist the Schumpeter column, The Mindfulness Business (16/11/13), discusses the uses of meditation in business contexts particularly in high-tech settings, as a way of helping employees find a moment of peace in a hectic working environment. There is much to be said for encouraging meditation. I meditate, using a… Read More